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[texts]Rakhaing, Rakhine, Arakan Historical Articles - Sara Shwe, U Thet Tun, U Sandamuni,
Rakhaing, Rakhine, Arakan Historical Articles, Arakan History collection from Rakhaing, Rakhine, Arakan Tha Ha Ya Magazine
Keywords: Rakhaing; Rakhine; Arakan Historical Articles; Arakan History
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[texts]Empire Birman-Arracan
This brief account of Arracan was originally published in the Bulletin de la Société de Géographie 5.35 & 36 (March-April) in 1826. Thus, its publication dates from the last year of the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824-1826), although it was likely based on information preceding that conflict. Edited and introduced for the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research by Michael W. Charney.
Keywords: Burma; Myanmar; SBBR; SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research; Michael W. Charney; Arakan; Rakhaing
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[texts]A Guide to Mrauk-U An Ancient City of Rakhine, Myanmar - Tun Shwe Khine (M.A)
108 Pages, Frontispiece, Illustrations (Partly Col.), Plates (Partly Col.), Maps, Index, References, Notes
Keywords: Mrauk-U; Arakan; Rakhine; Rakhaing; Arakan History; Myanmar; Tun Shwe Khine
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[texts]The ' Rohingya' Identity British Experience In Arakan 1826 1948 By Derek Tonkin
There is a very simple answer to the matter of British practice. There was no such identity as ‘Rohingya’ known to the British Governments of either India until 1937 or of Burma after the separation from India on 1 April of that year. In the 122 years between their conquest of Arakan in 1826 and Burmese independence in 1948, not a single reference to 'Rohingya' is to be found in any British official report, regional gazetteer, census, legislation, private correspondence or personal reminisce...
Keywords: So-Called Rohingya; Burma; Myanmar; Arakan; Rakhine; Rakhaing; Human Rights; Derek Tonkin; British; Bengali
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[texts]ႊThe Busshist Art of Ancient Arakan - U San Tha Aung
The Arakan State is situated on the boundary of Bangladesh and Burma. It is a constituent unit of the Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma. It is separated from Burma proper by a range of barrier against inter-communication between the people living on either side of it. Though descended from the same stock, worshipping the same faith and speaking the same language as the Burmese, the Arakanese have witnessed the flowering of a distinct culture, and have preserved a distinct dialect...
Keywords: Arakan; Rakhine; Rakhaing; U San Tha Aung; Burma; Myanmar; Buddha Image; Buddhism; Ancient Buddha Image
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[texts]Golden Mrauk-U, The: An Ancient Capital Of Rakhine by U Shwe Zan - by U Shwe Zan
Mrauk-U was from the 15th to 18th century the cosmopolitan capital of Rakhine (formerly Arakan), the coastal state in Western Myanmar. This illustrated account of the city includes discussion of its significance and the varied inscriptions, artefacts and monuments found by archaeological research over the years. With sketch maps, photographs and graphics, chronologies, bibliography and index.
Keywords: Mrauk-U; Arakan; Rakhine; Rakhaing; Arakan History; Myanmar; U Shwe Zan
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[texts]Burma's Lost Kingdoms: Splendours of Arakan by Pamela Gutman
This is a comprehensive study of the history and civilization of Arakan. It introduces its schools of sculpture and architecture, and offers details of its history, religion, art and social and economic life. Along the Bay of Begal, in the north-west corner of Burma, lie the splendid capital cities of ancient Arakan: Dhanyawadi, Vesali, the cities of the Lemro valley and Mrauk-U (Myohaung). Mentioned in Ptolemy's 'Geography' in the second century AD, Arakan was from earliest times a cosmopolitan...
Keywords: Burma's Lost Kingdoms; Splendours of Arakan; Pamela Gutman; Arakan; Rakhine; Rakhaing; Burma; Myanmar; History; Burma History; Asian History; Mrauk-U; Vesali; Wathali
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[texts]Archaeological Evidnce of Buddhist Links Between Sri Lanka and Arakan by C. Raymond
Arakan (or Rakhine, in the Arakanese language) is the region occupying three hundred and sixty miles (c.600km) of the northeastern Bay of Bengal coast. Situated between India (the present-day Bangladesh) and Burma proper, Arakan has served historically as a vital conduit for the propagation of India culture, art,  and religion throughout Southeast Asia. Because of this critical geographic position, Arakan's history has been intertwined with both the fortunes of the Hindu and  the Muslim dynast...
Keywords: Archaeological Evidnce of Buddhist Links Between Sri Lanka and Arakan; C. Raymond; Arakan History; Buddhism in Arakan; Rakhine History; Rakhaing History; Myanmar History; Burma History; Arakan and Sri Lanka; Mrauk-U
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[texts]"Religious and Scholarly Exchanges between the Singhalese Sangha and the Arakanese and Burmese Theravadin Communities: Historical Documentation and Physical Evidence" by Catherine Raymod
Presently a component state within the Union of Burma, Arakan was - for at least a full millennium preceding its extinction in 1784 - an independent kingdom with a wel-documented and illustrious history. Buddhism apparently came to Arakan comparatively early, and in the legends and traditiona of the Arakanese, an exemplary, uncorrupted strain of Theravada was maintained there over the centuries, even until today.Numerous references are made in the classical chronicles of the Singhalese on one si...
Keywords: Religious and Scholarly Exchanges between the Singhalese Sangha and the Arakanese and Burmese Theravadin Communities: Historical Documentation and Physical Evidence; Arakan History; Buddhism in Arakan; Arakan and Sri Lanka; Myanmar History; Burma History; Theravada Buddhism; Rakhine; Rakhaing
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[texts]Arakan's imagined place in the Theravada world Between Burma, Sri Lanka and the debate on the continuity of the sasana" by Jacues P. Leider
Both in the East and the West, and for a long time, textbook knowledge nurtured a perception of Theravada Buddhism as a monolith that had been little eroded by time. But anthropological and historical studies of eighteenth and nineteenth century institutional reform, intellectual flexibility and homogenizing processes that were shared inside the Theravada world demonstrate change and have opened up new perspectives, especially in Sri Lanka and Thailand, less so in Burma, though...
Keywords: Arakan's imagined place in the Theravada world Between Burma; Sri Lanka and the debate on the continuity of the sasana by Jacues P. Leider; Jacues P. Leider; Arakan History; Burrhism in Arakan; Arakan and Sri Lanka; Burma History; Myanmar History; Rakhine History; Rakhaing History; Mrauk-U
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